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enucleate

[ē′nü·klē‚āt]
(cell and molecular biology)
To remove the nucleus from a cell.
(medicine)
To remove an organ or a tumor in its entirety, as an eye from its socket.
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The eyes that did not respond to the retinoblastoma management therapies and required enucleation, were usually presented to us with advanced grade E disease with extensive vitreal and subretinal seeding.
The cysts and tumors were more common in female than males (2:1) and in patients between 15 to 25 years of age and these findings are in agreement with findings of Patil et al.23 Enucleation of the these dentigerous cysts were carried out with preservation of lower border.
A reliable tenaculum is critical to the success of any enucleation, whether the approach is conventional LM or RALM, in order to provide adequate traction on the myoma (figure 4).
The method of using a diode laser for treating BPH includes diode laser enucleation of the prostate (DiLEP) and diode laser vaporization of the prostate.
Initial enucleation of the very firm sarcomatous component with fragmentation followed by radical lobectomy was performed without complication.{Figure 2}
Bipolar endoscopic enucleation of the prostate was recommended by the 2016 European Association of Urology guidelines as the first choice of surgical treatment in men with a substantially enlarged prostate and moderate-to-severe lower urinary tract symptoms and it is getting more popular in the last few years.
Zhang and coworkers [75] in their case series of 119 patients receiving enucleation (91% for PanNETs) reported that NYHA (New York Heart Association) class II or III and operative time longer than 180 min were both independent risk factors for POPF development.
Quality of life (QoL) has been originally assessed in a multicenter ancillary study of the COMS and the COMSQOLS [3, 4], designed to measure the impact of CM diagnosis and treatment on QoL, comparing enucleation to radiation therapy.
Deciduous teeth 73 and 74 were removed, and then a full-thickness flap technique was performed; debridement and surgical enucleation of the lesion (10 x 15 x 13 mm) were carried out, ensuring that no fibrous tissue was left in the area.
Due to the acute nature of events, enucleation was not preferred.
Traditionally, surgical treatments of the OF vary from enucleation and curettage versus resection with high-speed surgical handpieces (rotating burs and reciprocating saws), putting neighboring soft tissue and vital structures at risk for iatrogenic injury.